Disney Fans Share Unusual Facts About The Films.
Disney has made some of our favourite movies of all time. Through the years of creating all of those classic films, there are some really interesting facts and stories to be told.
Here, fans share some crazy facts about their favourite Disney films.
Most of the children infected were girls under the age of 10.
This was meant to clear up any confusion about his fate.
Let's not forget he is MADE OF WOOD.
A spot check reveals that Pongo has 72 dots, Perdita has 68 and each puppy has 32.
The movie budget cost around $260 million!
At the time, they weren't available, so Disney went with Elton John instead.
And would have mated WITH HIS SON!
This was due to it's visual and narrative similarities to a 60's anime called Kimba the White Lion. Disney has denied that The Lion King was inspired by Kimba, but apparently many of the people working on the movie were made aware of the similarities halfway through the process.
Tezuka, the mangaka who drew the manga the anime was based on, was very open about Disney's influence on his work, so it's strange that Disney would refuse to admit that they were inspired by his work.
Walt Disney ended up putting it off and the studio didn't finish the film until decades later.
Ariel (1989) in The Little Mermaid and Thumbelina (1994) the fairy in Thumbelina.
The vulture was able to hear the guests through little microphones hidden in the chandelier.
Ironically, the movies message of conservation slightly backfired.
Luckily, one pregnant animator had a copy of the data on her home computer so she could work on the movie while caring for her new baby.
It was the last Disney princess movie until The Little Mermaid came out 30 years later.
This is because the scene where Snow White was lost in the forest was so scary that many kids peed in their seats.
Disney was worried about the backlash of having an evil priest so they changed him to a judge instead.
A cameo under the sea!
One researcher, in defence of the animals, sued Disney for defamation of character. Another, displeased with how the film would affect the hyenas reputation, listed boycotting The Lion King among things people could do if they want to help preserve hyenas in the wild.
The next closest person has 11.
Good thing they went with their gut!
Ursula's voice actress (Pat Carroll) envisioned the character as "part Shakespearean actress, with all the flair, flamboyance and theatricality, and part used-car salesman with a touch of con artist."
They had follow her around while recording her voice because they couldn't get her to sit still.
This might be the most important fact on here.
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